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Group urges D.C. to crack down on scofflaws to protect pedestrians

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An influential nonprofit group is calling for the District to ban pedestrians from listening to music, chatting on cell phones or texting when crossing local streets.The Council for Court Excellence issued a report on protecting pedestrians this week, urging the District to both toughen its laws and increase enforcement against wayward motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians to help reduce...

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